My sophomore album. (The first can be found here: http://www.archive.org/details/DJ_Rkod_-_Naoise)
Moody, complex and less danceable than my first, though again each track is varied, from the inaccessible industrial stomp of "The Calm And The Storm" to the wispy electronic classical of "Sleepwalking", to the anthemic big beat of "The Count" to the simplistic nu-metal rage of "Denizen". While it's long at over an hour and hefty at 17 tracks, the sounds change constantly to keep it interesting. It was produced electronically, in fact all the sounds you hear were sequenced rather than played. Some were sampled from fantastic sources (and I attribute them in the Attributions.txt file). I thank them there but without them, the album would sound, well, not quite right. The people who recorded the original music and other samples are an inspiration (well, except the public domain sample of Spiro Agnew, and the sample of the preacher, and, well...).
So, enjoy my second album of material -- Sunset Bleeds Distortion.